A portrait of world-renowned Australian artist Patricia Piccinini - famous for her bizarre creatures. Capturing a pivotal moment of change as she creates a new body of work that includes Skywhale - a massive hot-air-balloon.
Seconds from Disaster investigates the causes and repercussions of the crash and speaks exclusively with a member of the aircrew who, alongside the investigators and victims's; families, is still haunted by this tragedy.
Tim Shaw takes us on a thermometer busting scientific journey. From the all-powerful concentrated sunlight of a Fresnel lens to the incredible transformation created by the deep freeze properties of liquid nitrogen.
Steve and his crew are back in the jungles of South America for this adventure. Steve heads into crocodile infested waters for a spooky nocturnal encounter with a truly shocking predator, the electric eel.
This episode we're talking squads, and the crews we're checking out are giving us serious squad goals. Alex is on the move with a police doq squad, and Scott's running away with some circus performers.
This time Steve and the crew travel to Venezuela in search of more lethal animal predators for the Deadly list. First they comb the Venezuelan wetlands looking for the biggest snake in the world, the mighty green anaconda.
The snowy north is home to the largest land predator in the world. A grizzly bear shows Steve Backshall why it's on the list. Steve then drags the crew rafting down an icy river to find hundreds of eagles.
NASA's new horizons spacecraft will capture the first-ever close-up images and scientific observations of Pluto and its system of large and small moons. In this unprecedented special event, witness one of the great explorations of our time.
The paranoid and murky world of atomic espionage behind one of the most astonishing untold chapters in Australian history; the quest by successive governments to fortify the nation with atomic weapons.
Pria ponders the sometimes ephemeral nature of friendships and relationships as he visits some of Sydney's prime spots, including a night cruise on the harbour, Centennial Park, the Botanical Gardens and Bondi.
Lucy Culliton's gorgeous oil paintings have made her one of Australia's most popular artists. Inspired by everything from landscapes to the most modest of objects, she reveals the beauty in the everyday.
Geraldine Doogue and a panel of high profile international and Australian guest speakers attend the Parliament of the World's Religions in Melbourne. It is the largest gathering of religious leaders in the world.
Ptolemy Dean is going in search of Britain's finest period homes. At all times on his journey, he'll be taking his trusty sketchbook to record the details of materials. This episode features a warehouse conversion.
Fifteen-year-old Dion from Tennant Creek is fascinated by dogs and sketches them constantly. Despite being profoundly deaf and suffering from muscular dystrophy, he has created an apparel label called "Cheeky Dog".